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For more information on the wildlife rescue organisations across Australia, please access the link below:
Wombat Care Bundanoon
WCB aims to advise, support and educate more people in the Southern Highlands about wombats. WCB also helps and treats manged, helpless, sick and injured wombats.
BirdLife Australia is the nation's largest bird conservation organisation protecting birds and their habitats through their programs and informed advocacy.
Blue Mountians Conservation Society
The Blue Mountians Conservation Society aims to help conserve the natural environment of the Greater Blue Mountains
and to increase awareness of the natural environment in general.
FAWNA is a licensed volunteer wildlife rescue and rehabilitation group operating on NSW's mid-north coast.
Where natural hollows are limited you can help your local wildlife by installing nest boxes MORE.
Fauna First Aid
Linda Dennis explains how to safely remove a joey from the pouch of its dead mother HERE.
Australian Bird and Bat Banding Scheme
If you find a bird with a band, wing tag, or some other marking, the ABBBS would like to hear about it.
Bats QLD rescue, rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured Flying Foxes and Microbats and their website details what to do if you find a bat that needs help. You can call their 24-hour rescue hotline on 0447 222 889 (Gold Coast Area) and they will send out an experienced volunteer rescuer - at no charge.
Tolga Bat Hospital
A community group that works for the conservation of bats and their habitat through rescue and landcare work, advocacy, education, and research.
Australasian Bat Society
The Australasian Bat Society is a non-profit organisation which aims to promote the conservation and study of bats in Australasia. This website will also provide you with Bat conservation links in the Australasian region, if you are requiring further assiatnce with bats in your area.
Ku-ring-gai Bat Conservation Society
The Ku-ring-gai Bat Conservation Society aims to preserve the Grey-headed Flying-fox (Pteropus
poliocephalus) and its habitat and educate the community on the biology and ecological roles of bats in Australia.
Raises awareness of the impact of fencing on Australia's wildlife and develops guidelines for good practice.
A reliable source of scientific information and a touchstone for informed debate about some of the most pressing environmental and social challenges facing our region: the loss of biodiversity, a changing climate and the search for cultural identity. The museum houses representative specimens of native Australian mammals, birds, reptiles and fish that tell many stories about our unique wildlife, as well as countless invertebrates from a diversity of land and marine environments. A great platform to gain knowledge and information.
The Magpie Whisperer
'The magpie whisperer' has a great understanding and respect for Australian magpies and aims portray the beauty and intelligence of these often misunderstood creatures via a multitude of platforms such as social media and helpful online resources.
Zero Co is an Aussie start-up on a mission to eliminate single-use plastic packaging from every Aussie kitchen, laundry and bathroom. Their circular delivery system (you order, we deliver, you return, we refill) fights plastic at both ends of the supply chain.
Australian Mammal Society
AMS is an interdisciplinary society of biologists whose common interest is in the biology and conservation of Australasian mammals.
Australian Botanic Gardens
Showcasing approximately 4000 species of Australian native plants, the garden is part of the Royal Botanic Garden and Domain Trust and home to the Australian PlantBank, a major scientific research and conservation centre for NSW flora.
Fourth Crossing Wildlife
Fourth Crossing is a Wildlife Refuge under National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974. All native animals and plants on the property are protected. FCW provides fauna first aid courses and online resources.
Invasive Species Council
ISC was formed in 2002 to seek stronger laws, policies and programs to keep Australian biodiversity safe from weeds, feral animals and other invaders. ISC focus's is on prevention and early action.
National Trust QLD
NTAQ is a membership-based community organisation that works to protect, conserve and celebrate Queensland’s environmental, built and cultural heritage. Founded in 1963, NTAQ has 12 properties state-wide including Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary which implements an education program aligned with the Australian curriculum.
Birds in Backyards
Birds in Backyards is a research, education and conservation program of BirdLife Australia focused on the birds that live where people live. Learn how you can create bird-friendly spaces in your garden and local community. Find out more about Australian birds and their habitats.
Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre
CTRC is a voluntary non-profit organisation dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick and injured turtles.
Wombat Protection Society of Australia
WPSA is a national not-for-profit organisation created to raise awareness and money in order to provide wombats with immediate protection from harm.
NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc. has been rescuing and caring for native animals since 1985, officially launching as an
organisation in March 1986.
Formed in 1986, AKF is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat.
The APC site contains a wide range of materials about platypus biology and conservation issues as well as information about rakali (the Australian water-rat).
Is a grass-roots community group with a passion for coastal wildlife rescue and conservation.
Want to make a difference? Do Something! shows people how to get involved and give back in 16,000 suburbs around Australia.
Conservation Volunteers Australia
Conservation Volunteers Australia has engaged communities in the environment since 1982. CVA implement projects to strengthen the health of communities and ecosystems for mutual benefit.
Darling Range Wildlife Shelter
Darling Range Wildlife Shelter cares for sick, injured or orphaned wildlife with the goal of rehabilitation and successful return to the natural environment.
Doug Gimesy Photography
Doug is an internationally award winning conservation and wildlife photographer, who shares many of his photographs with not-for-profit organisations whose values and goals closely align with his - those organisations who want to inspire people and communities to discover, value and protect the natural world.
Natural Resources SA
Natural Resources Management (NRM) and land management is about striking a balance between caring for our environment and paying heed to the needs of those making a living off it, or using it for leisure. Issues involved include water management, biodiversity, controlling pest animals and plants and more.
Promotes the study and application of scientific wildlife management and provides opportunities for discussion and the dissemination of information among members by appropriate means such as meetings, workshops, and publications.
Connecting people and habitat, with a particular focus on reconnecting and creating small bird habitat corridors through public and private land. Resources are available on the home page which are useful to anyone interested in improving habitat for native fauna.
Katandra Bushland Sanctury
KBS is a Crown Reserve administered by the Department of Land and Water Conservation and managed by Katandra Bushland Sanctuary Trust. Katandra is dedicated to the study and preservation of native flora and fauna of the Hawkesbury Sandstone country.
Perth Zoo is strongly committed to advancing the conservation of wildlife and to changing community attitudes towards the preservation of life on Earth. In addition they are involved in research and breeding programs for threatened species from Australia.
Protect the Bush
PTBA was formed in 2012 to protect Areas of High Conservation Value from inappropriate activities.
NTWC are a network of trained volunteers licensed by NSW National Parks and wildlife Service. If you find an injured or orphaned native animal, handle it as little as possible.